Los Angeles

Los Angeles is inhabited by people from over 140 countries who speak 224 languages of the world.

An excerpt from the article 37 facts about Los Angeles

The majority are white people (49.8%), followed by African Americans (9.6%), people of Indian origin (0.7%), people with Asian roots (11.3%), newcomers from the Pacific Islands and others. In the years 2006-2008, the most dominant among the inhabitants of Los Angeles coming from Europe were: Germans, Irish, English, Italians, Russians, Poles, French, Scots, and Swedes. The vision of Los Angeles as a multicultural city is complemented by ethnic enclaves such as Chinatown, Koreatown, and Little Tokyo.